Cambridge book 10-listening 1- section 2-teacher’s notes

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Cambridge book 10-listening 1- section 2-teacher’s notes

Section 2

QUESTIONS 11-12 (EXAM PAPER /AUDIO SCRIPT – WHAT YOU READ / WHAT YOU LISTEN)

Choose TWO letters A-E

Which TWO facilities at the leisure club have recently been improved?

On behalf of LP Clubs, I’d like to welcome you all here today. My name ‘s Sandy Fisher and I’m one of the fitness managers here. Before we start our tour of the club I’ll just run through some basic information about the facilities we have here, including recent improvements, and explain the types of membership available.  Our greatest asset is probably our swimming pool which at 25 metres isn’t Olympic-sized, but now we’ve expanded it to eight lanes. it is much wider. This means there are rarely more than a couple of people at the time in each lane.Unfortunately, there isn’t space for an outdoor pool here but the glass roof on the swimming pool is partly retractable, which means you can enjoy something of the open-air experience on warmer days.Our recently refurbished fitness suite has all the latest exercise equipment including ten new running machines, and a wide range of weight-training machines.  Each member is given full training in how to operate the equipment and there is always a trainer on duty to offer help and advice. Although we do have adult-only times after 6 and at certain times at weekends, children are well catered for. Older children continue to benefit from a wide range of tuition; anything from trampolining to yoga.

Image result for 1 A the gym Our recently refurbished fitness suite has all the latest exercise 

Image result for ünlem B the tracks

Image result for 1C the indoor pool Our greatest asset is probably our swimming pool which at 25 metres isn’t Olympic-sized, but now we’ve expanded it to eight lanes. it is much wider. This means there are rarely more than a couple of people at the time in each lane.

Related image  D the outdoor pool Unfortunately, there isn’t space for an outdoor pool here but the glass roof on the swimming pool is partly retractable, which means you can enjoy something of the open-air experience on warmer days.

Image result for ünlem the sports training for children —-

Answer: A-C


Questions 13- 20

Complete the notes below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

One thing all our members appreciate about us is that we take very good care of them. This starts on day one with your personal assessment. You are asked to fill in a questionnaire giving details of any health problems. One of our personal trainers will then go through this with you.

The trainer will then take you through the safety rules for using the equipment in the fitness suite. During your next exercise session a personal trainer will work with you to make sure you understand these. It’s very important to do this because we really do what to avoid having any sports injuries. There’s a lot more to looking after yourself than simply lifting weights.

Joining the leisure club

Personal assessment

Related image New members should describe any 13……… health problems.………………..*** (You are asked to fill in a questionnaire giving details of any health problems.)***

Related image The 14……safety rules……………. will be explained to you before you use the equipment.***(The trainer will then take you through the safety rules for using the equipment in the fitness suite.)***


At the end of the personal assessment, the trainer will draw up a plan, outlining what you should try to achieve within a six-week period. This will then be reviewed at the end of the six week.

Related image You will be given a six-week 15……plan……………….


Types of membership

Now, I’ll just quickly run through the types of membership we have avaible. All members must pay a joining fee of £90. In addition to the rates for ther monthly membership fees. 

Related image There is a compulsory £90 16…… joining……………..fee for members.


Gold membership entitles you to free entry  at all LP Clubs. There are now LP Clubs in all major cities and towns so if you travel a lot this will be a great advantage. Individual gold membership costs £50 a month and joint membership for you and your partner will cost £75.

Related image Gold members are given 17……..free entry………………..to all the LP clubs.***(Gold membership entitles you to free entry  at all LP Clubs.)***


Premier membership is for professional people whose work commitments make it difficult for them to use the club during the day and so LP gives booking preferences to Premier members at peak times.This means you will find it easier to book the sessions at times that suit you.

Related image Premier members are given priority during  18………….peak………….hours.


Reciprocal arrangements with other LP Clubs are available to Premier members. Premier membership is for individuals only, but you will be sent passes for quests every month. The monthly fee is £65.

Related image Premier members can bring some 19………quests………..every month.


You don’t have to any special clothes or equipment when you visit the club. We provide robes and hairdryers in the changing rooms, but it’s very important to remember your photo card because you won’t be able to get in without it. For people who aren’t working during the day then….

Related image Members should always take their 20……..photo card……………….with them.



VOCABULARY

ExamPaper–Section 2


Facility :  something designed, built, installed, etc., to serve a specific function affording a convenience or service:
transportation facilities; educational facilities; a new research facility.


Recently: of late occurrence, appearance, or origin; lately happening, done, made, etc.:
recent events; a recent trip.


improve:to bring into a more desirable or excellent condition

He took vitamins to improve his health.


Track: a structure consisting of a pair of parallel lines of rails with their crossties, on which a railroadtrain, trolley, or the like runs.


Join: to become united, associated, or combined; associate or ally oneself; participate (usuallyfollowed by with)

Please join with us in our campaign.


Assessment:  a process in which you make a judgment about a person or situation, or the judgment you make
assessment of
What’s Michael’s assessment of the situation?


Compulsory:something that is compulsory must be done because it is the law or because someone in authority orders you to 
the threat of compulsory redundancies
compulsory schooling/education
11 years of compulsory education
Car insurance is compulsory.


Fee:an amount of money that you pay to do something or that you pay to a professional person for their work
You can use the gym and pool for a fee of £35 a month.


Premier: best or most important

one of Dublin’s premier hotels


Priority:the thing that you think is most important and that needs attention before anything else
The club’s priority is to win the League


Audioscript–Section2

On behalf of:instead of someone, or as their representative
She asked the doctor to speak to her parents on her behalf.


Run through: run through something to repeat something in order to practise it or make sure it is correct
Let’s run through the first scene again.


Lane: a narrow road in the countryside → path
a quiet country lane


Retracable: a retractable part of something can be pulled back into the main part
a knife with a retractable blade


Refurbished:  to decorate and repair something such as a building or office in order to improve its appearance → renovate
The Grand Hotel has been completely refurbished.


Tuition:  the money you pay for being taught
When I started college, tuition was $350 a quarter.


Entitle:  to give someone the official right to do or have something
be entitled to (do) something
Full-time employees are entitled to receive health insurance.
entitle somebody to something
Membership entitles you to the monthly journal.


Commitment:a promise to do something or to behave in a particular way
Are you ready to make a long-term commitment?


Reciprocal:a reciprocal arrangement or relationship is one in which two people or groups do or give the same things to each other → mutual
He spoke of the necessity for a reciprocal relationship that would be useful for all sides.
Such treaties provide reciprocal rights and obligations.


Robe:a long loose piece of clothing, especially one worn for official ceremonies
a priest’s robes 


 

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